Artificial Reef Snorkel

Artificial Reef Snorkel

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BIBLICALLY-BASED EVENT

Participants will be given an overview of marine species commonly seen in South Florida’s reef systems. After a brief introduction, participants will be led along an artificial reef system and snorkel tour in the crystal blue waters adjacent to Phil Foster Park in the Intracoastal Waterway.

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Snorkel Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate

Participants will be given a biblically-based overview of marine species commonly seen in South Florida’s reef systems. After a brief introduction, participants will be led along an artificial reef system and snorkel tour in the crystal blue waters adjacent to Phil Foster Park in the Intracoastal Waterway. Known for its unique marine life, this snorkel is a great location to view such unusual species as the Leopard Sea Robin, Cushion Sea Star, Inflated Sea Biscuit, Atlantic Long-arm Octopus, Eyed Flounder, Burrfish, Longsnout Seahorse and Longfin Squid, just to name a few.  All ages are welcome to attend. Children under 13 years old must be accompanied and supervised by a parent. Participants must provide their own mask and snorkel as there are no rental facilities at the park.  Fins are not required but all participants must be strong swimmers. Participants must bring their own water and snacks. Participants will meet next to the playground on the south side of the parking lot in Phil Foster Park (900 Blue Heron Blvd, Riviera Beach, FL 33404).

Expenses: None. There is no park entrance fee.

Saltwater Studies’ biblically-based events include a discussion on both biological information as well as how we can see the character of God in Creation.

 

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Enhance your learning experience during your field trip or tour! Here are a few educational products that include information about marine life you may see during your time with Saltwater Studies. All of these products are available in either hard copy or PDF format in both secular and biblically-based versions with the exception of the Sea Shell Identification Key (hard copy, secular only) and the Sea Shell Identification Kit (hard copy, biblically-based only).